Titanfall 2 is coming soon on the Xbox One,PlayStation 4 and PC.
Those who will not play it on consoles, however, might be needed an upgrade.
Increasingly more top games currently launch for both Windows systems and consoles.
In theory, the PC version looks most spectacular in terms of graphics, video cards because recent performance is far beyond consoles, whether for Xbox One or PS4. Instead, the console ensures you that for five years, maybe more, you can play every new title.
Taking into account the above statements, Titanfall 2 for PC might require an important hardware upgrade, especially if you thinking to play with maximum details at a resolution 4K, under optimal conditions, with 60 frames per second.
Obviously, you can, at any moment to discard the details for a smoother gaming experience, but it keeps your options. Important is that the people at Respawn published on the official blog more sets of minimum system requirements, together with the results you can expect after the new Titanfall installation.
The requirements are costly dedicated to those who want to play at 4K resolution with 60 frames per second. In such a context, it would be ideal to have at least an Intel Core i7-6700K with 16GB RAM and 45GB of storage space. NVIDIA GeForce 1080 GTX 8GB of memory dedicated video card is recommended.
To play the same number of 60 frames per second at a lower resolution of 1600 x 900, it might be sufficient combination of an Intel Core i3-3600T with 8GB RAM and a NVIDIA GeForce GTX 660 Video Card or Radeon HD 7850, each with 2GB of dedicated memory.
Full HD enthusiasts, whether they want to enjoy a flawless gaming experience, will need an Intel Core i5-6600, 16GB RAM and a NVIDIA GeForce 1060 GTX with 6GB RAM and an AMD Radeon RX 480 with 8GB RAM. In other news, Titanfall 2 will launch on PS4, Xbox One, and Origin on October 28, so you have about a month to update your PC.